A researcher from Argentina named Marcelo Igazusta made headlines in 2016 when he used the open source info from Google Earth to report that he had discovered an alleged giant pyramid on the floor of the ocean.
He claimed that he discovered what he alleges must be a gigantic underwater structure when he noticed a bright ray of light illuminating the wide, dark region of the Pacific Ocean. Then he said it led him to the pyramid shaped region of Google Earth.
The lumpy alleged pyramid is able to be located at the coordinates 12 ° 8’1.49 ‘N 119 ° 35’26.39’ W, measuring about 8.5 miles wide from its base.
An Alien enthusiast named Scott C. Waring, referred to as a well-known UFO enthusiast who runs his website UFO Sightings Daily, was credited with helping popularize the theory that this thing photographed in Google Earth is a pyramid.
He told his audience it was a “monumental discovery,” and a “perfect pyramid.” He said the estimated 8.5 mile diameter of the structure’s base might be an underestimation, possibly being as large as 11 miles. Sounds to me like he wanted any reason possible to exaggerate the size of it and popularize it.
Waring added “only aliens could accomplish making such a massive structure.”
The mainstream media usually takes a condescending, authoritative type of tone when they cover things like this, and it’s a shame that so many fake stories and probably untrue theories circulate because it puts the mainstream media into this position where they can dismiss it and subtly condition people into believing nothing, not even true difficult to believe things.
People theorize about the possibility of humanity’s origin being much, much different from how we were told. Presentations like this give a person a lot of interesting things to think about.
If you compare the alleged size of this structure to the largest pyramidal structure in the known world, the Great Pyramid of Cholula is a massive structure in Cholula, Mexico, a little city about 79 miles (127 kilometers) southeast of Mexico City.
The Mexican pyramid has a measurement of 216.5 feet, or 66 meters in height and 1,476 feet at its base: much, much smaller than the alleged pyramid in the ocean.
The notorious Great Pyramid of Giza is the tallest pyramid in the world at 455 feet or 138 meters tall, with a 755 foot, or 230.4 meter base.
It’s very difficult to speak on the probability of this being true or false, but one thing is certain: tools such as Google Earth are very important for the culture of independent researchers and thinkers that should be thriving, and should be absolutely questioning whether things are being hidden from us.
However, a tool like Google Earth is also obviously censored and controlled because it’s centralized in Google. But NASA doesn’t even hide the sprayed skies, and geoengineering researchers for example have used NASA satellite images to make the case that hurricanes were affected by the skies being sprayed around the hurricane.
A little perspective on the history of people discovering alleged underwater structures with tools that use open source info such as Google Earth was summarized by an Inquistr article:
“A mysterious underwater image off the coast of Malibu, California, has bounced around the internet for a few years that was also discovered via Google Earth. Known to the U.S. Geological Survey as Sycamore Knoll, a 2009 research publication found the area to be topographically non-anomalous. However, alien hunters have speculated that the strange image looked to be an artificial construct and just might be an alien base, an underwater base for UFOs. The debate as to its actual composition is still under intense debate, as a June, 2014, Huffington Post article clearly demonstrates.
That isn’t the only one, either. An anonymous Marine Corps vet stationed at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in the late 1960s told the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) earlier this year that he watched UFOs land and depart from an area offshore on a daily basis, many of those landing fading away in the fashion of the affect of an object being submerged. On one occasion, he also saw a massive cloud-like UFO and was warned away as others rushed to the location to film the object. The veteran said that although he and his colleagues at Guantanamo talked about the UFOs, they were forbidden to discuss it off base.”